The River Lee Hotel (4*) is the perfect vantage point from which to savor the city and everything that Cork has to offer. Located approximately 1km from the famous English market in the city centre, and standing on a bend on the river, it is just a short stroll from the city centre, in a leafy waterside setting. A striking contemporary building, the River Lee Hotel has a series of tall and bright ground floor spaces opening onto a large sunny terrace overlooking the river. Quality natural materials such as wood, stone and glass provide a background for an interesting collection of contemporary art. The rooms are truly outstanding; all are bright and spacious, with large comfortable beds, four piece bathrooms and dedicated work spaces. They enjoy a range of panoramic views; across the city from the front facing rooms, over the leafy parkland of the Bishops Palace to the rear, or from the premium corner rooms directly onto rushing waters of the weir.
The River Lee (4*) is situated close to Glucksman Gallery, St Fin Barre's Cathedral, and University College Cork. Additional nearby points of interest include Bells of Shandon. Guest Rooms have flat-panel televisions, LCD televisions, and air conditioning; rooms also include coffee/tea makers, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Recreational amenities at this property include an indoor pool, a health club, and a spa tub. Other amenities include a restaurant and a bar/lounge.
Guest Rooms feature luxurious crisp white linen, spacious bathroom and fabulous furniture. Full-height windows – a feature throughout this hotel – and fine, natural materials establish a bond with the riverside setting. In the hotel guest rooms, muted colors, modern fabrics, simple lines and spectacular views soothe the senses. Rooms at this luxury hotel have all you need to work and play: entertainment systems, games consoles, complimentary broadband access, voice mail and a laptop safe.
Guest Rooms are stylish and fully equipped. Guest Rooms feature luxurious crisp white linen, spacious bathroom and fabulous furniture. Full-height windows – a feature throughout this hotel – and fine, natural materials establish a bond with the riverside setting. Amenities include air conditioning, Duck down duvets, 25" widescreen LCD TV, tea/coffee tray, complimentary broadband.
At The Weir Bistro, enjoy a cosmopolitan menu in this stylish bistro overlooking the River Lee. The executive chef creates magic with a wide range of freshly prepared dishes, from hearty, authentic Irish breakfasts to buffet lunches and full à la carte dinners. At The Weir Bar sit back, take in the view and enjoy the bar's fabulous range of fresh sandwiches, light meals and refreshments. Serving every kind of coffee from the darkest espresso to the lightest latte, as well as the freshest pastries and muffins. The outdoor deck is the place to bag a table on a balmy day.
Being away from home doesn’t mean you have to be away from a good workout. The in-house gym has all you need to get loose in the morning or let loose in the evening, including an 18m pool, sauna, sauna, steam room, gym, specialized classes including spinning, nutritional advice, personal trainers, whirlpool, sun beds, Jacuzzi and a range of other luxury amenities for you to use while you stay at the Rive Lee. The Urban Escape Spa will delight you with its exclusive treatment and product houses, including Yonka, Lu’lur and Mama Mio. With over 20 years experience and expertise, the hotel's friendly therapists are trained to the highest standards in the industry and pride themselves on consistently offering guests the best treatment.
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